Quaid's twins hospitalized

LOS ANGELES - The newborn twins of Dennis Quaid and his wife, Kimberly, were reportedly given an accidental overdose of blood thinner at a hospital.

The celebrity Web site TMZ.com said the actor's children, Thomas Boone and Zoe Grace, were given vials of heparin, used to prevent clotting, that were 1,000 times stronger than what was prescribed. Citing unidentified sources, the site said the children were in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's neonatal intensive care unit.

The hospital apologized Tuesday to the families of three patients involved, but said it could not release the names because of confidentiality laws. It said tests indicated that there were no adverse effects on the patients.

Garth kicked off dancing show

She may have been the most popular girl at West Beverly Hills High School, but Jennie Garth couldn't muster enough votes to reach the final of 'Dancing with the Stars.'

Garth, who played Kelly Taylor on 'Beverly Hills, 90210' from 1990 to 2000, was eliminated from ABC's No. 1-rated show Tuesday night. A breakthrough performance the night before, which earned her and professional partner Derek Hough their first perfect judges score of 30, wasn't enough.

Dancing in next week's final will be two-time Indy 500 champion Helio Castroneves, Melanie 'Scary Spice' Brown, and singer/performer Marie Osmond.

West's surgeon walks off 'King'

LOS ANGELES - A plastic surgeon who operated on Kanye West's mother the day before she died abruptly walked off CNN's 'Larry King Live' during a scheduled interview Tuesday with the talk show host.

Dr. Jan Adams said he initially agreed to speak with King to clear up what he said were inaccurate reports about him in the news media. But he said West's family asked him not to appear on the show.